“For those of you who do not know me, the first thing I need to say is that I’m not a human being” (3).
This is my small attempt to present options for those who live in the Washington D.C. metro area to link reading with outings.
“All those words, and the pleasure they had provided for people over the years: escape, entertainment, education…he had changed minds (12).”
Most of us are librarians, or are married to librarians, or are good friends with librarians…this speaks volumes, no?
It is because of a confluence to two seemingly unrelated events that I am writing this post. #ONE During the PBS Evening News, this 3-minute video appeared featuring author Jennifer Weiner. An author about who I know (or knew) nothing – not her name, her writing, or anything else you would expect this librarian to know.…
“Pop does a lot of shouting and sputtering when we get home, but I just put Cat down in my room, and I try not to argue with him, so I won’t lose my temper. I promise I’ll keep him in my room and sweep up the cat hairs so Mom won’t have to.” Most…
A gentle way to share thoughts on an assortment of writings & the experiences of teaching. I look forward to hearing your comments, whether you are an author, student, teacher, or lover of literature.